The experienced duo have added more music to the remake by Karan Johar, in which Hrithik Roshan plays the lead role.
Atul Gogavale told IANS: "Normally in action films, you don't get many situations where you can add songs. If you see action films, where's the scope for music? Even the original Agneepath had three or four songs.
"Our album has six songs, and we have tried to maintain a good variety with one intense Ganpati song, one qawwali, one romantic number, another song capturing the emotions of a brother and sister... We wanted to give this album our best because it is very special for us.
"It is almost like a dream come true to recreate that aura, especially because we are such big fans of the film. We wanted to keep the same grandeur of music that people used to listen to in the 1980s, which is missing nowadays. So we used a lot of live instruments and a lot of percussion to bring that feeling alive."
In August, Roshan admitted that he was against doing remakes of films before agreeing to star in Agneepath.
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